WWI fiction

Looking Back on 2017

With over 900 posts (!!), A Writer of History now contains a lot of topics that have interested readers. During 2017, some posts stood out. The topics varied from WWI

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Favourite WWI Novels

Not long ago I posted Favourite WWI Novels – A Teaser, which included just a few of the novels readers mentioned in a survey of WWI fiction. I’ve now tabulated

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WWI Diary Entries

  Last Friday I wrote about Killing My Darlings which resulted in deleting the first eleven chapters of Time & Regret. But then I had another thought. Perhaps some of the materials

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Images of WWI

I’m working on my third novel, Time & Regret, the story of Martin Devlin and his granddaughter, Grace, who tries to solve a mystery he left for her embedded in

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Photos then and now

Recently, Mom gave me her parents’ photo album from their 1936 trip to France for the Vimy memorial dedication. Their pictures are a poignant reminder of a war that affected

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Diana Raymond: a life in fiction

Today Ian Skillicorn of Corazon Books talks about Diana Raymond‘s novel Lily’s Daughter. Corazon Books, which is dedicated to bringing readers “great stories with heart”, is reissuing Raymond’s novel, originally

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A Peek at Lies Told in Silence

Rachel, a frequent visitor to A Writer of History and a beta-reader for Unravelled, suggested I post something from a second novel planned for release in March 2014. Thanks for

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